Question about 1994 Honda Civic
There is only one wire going to the horn & it generally has a connector (12 volt) on the end that slides/clips/connects to or over the terminal you see on the horn.
If you can't see it, you will want to just look up under the frame channel by the radiator, then check the nearest wiring harness locations for the wire you need. When you find a single wire with a terminal that appears that it will plug into the horn, put your test light into the terninal & ground the other end, watch as you press the horn button & you will confirm that this is the wire for that. Also, look for a cut wire where someone may have altered the harness due to a previously stuck horn.
If you can't find one at all, you can wire it yourself from the relay but you should be able to eventually trace the wire by checking all available harness that are nearby & up under the brace.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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